A few quick questions before we head out !!

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  1. Scrounger

    Scrounger New Member

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    My first trip back RP since '99. ( Although I kinda grew up in Cholla from '59 to '71 )
    #1. Is the info in the old threads on how to get to Encanto (east side of Marua) still apply. Hang right to the Marua Estuary sportsman club and park at end of lot. ??
    #2. Can a car navigate the road from km 32 to the old Gillispie hacienda at La Pinta ??
    I am excited about seeing my old stomping grounds. Relaxing, a little shore fishing, a few good restaurants, and some cold ones ! Whoo-hoo Tight lines and cold ones to you all. P.S here area few pics from my last visit (Las Conchas) in 1999. My Daughters now have families of their own !!
     

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  2. Scrounger

    Scrounger New Member

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    I guess this is a secret or I'm not one of the club...thanks for nothing....geez !!
     
  3. Landshark

    Landshark Well-Known Member

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    Sorry dude...to get to Encanto go east on Blvd Fremont / Caborca Highway, past Las Conchas and continue to Playa Encanto sign, follow arrow turning right. Follow dirt towards beach about 5 miles. Road will split, stay to right. You will come to a T at the dunes, turn right. Road splits again, go left and up the hill. Continue to Playa Encanto Security entrance. They are good guys and will direct you to wherever you are going from there.
     
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    Scrounger New Member

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    Super...Thanks so much
     
  5. estevan

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    You should be fine taking a car from the paved road to La Pinta. I actually took my wife's minivan down that road on Monday morning to do some exploring while I waited for everyone to wake up. One half of the road is sandy and the other half is washboard. Just don't slow down or turn sharp if you take the sandy side. The guys there were super friendly.
    Let us know if you have any luck!
     
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